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  • Instruments of Pleasure
    by Dere, Nicole

    Two musically gifted young cousins, Max, the girl with the boy's name, and Toni,
    vice versa, have been brought up under the tyrannous rule of Aunt Charlotte.
    Their lives, however, are dramatically transformed when Charlotte gifts them to
    the charismatic Professor Labat, known as The Maestro. His talents extend far
    beyond his musical genius, and he prepares his proteges for a novel kind of
    serfdom, in which their skill is combined with erotic artistry to refresh the
    jaded palates of the wealthy clientele in The Pleasure Dome, mansion of the
    notorious Lady Letitia (Titty) Laycorn."
    Instruments of Pleasure
  • Have Thine Own Way : Book 4 of the Goins Bricolage: A Saga of Tecumseh and Stonewall Counties in the State of Indiana: 1989-1994
    by Lawrence, Alexander

    "HAVE THINE OWN WAY" is the fourth volume of THE GOINS BRICOLAGE, a saga of
    Tecumseh and Stonewall Counties in the State of Indiana. In this volume Lamar
    Ainsley Goins, an inept, middleaged minister of the Gospel who despite himself
    achieves national and international success, is driven from the pulpit of The
    Temple of Holy Truth & World Outreach Center of Aschburgh by his arch-enemy The
    Reverend Doctor Carter Bald. After a prolonged period of depression Lamar
    Ainsley begins a second career in Philately as the Assistant Editor For Oddities
    and Rarities (AEOR) of Mingold Philatelics, Ltd. of Wapakeneta, Ohio. Frustrated
    in this new career by the indecisiveness and personal agendas of his employers,
    Lucius and Mindy Mingold, Lamar's life comes to an abrupt end under murky, if
    not suspicious, circumstances. As Lamar's life and careers are spiraling out of
    control, his wife Starla Leanne and his sister Step Goins Perkins are busy
    reinventing and reinvigorating the town of Aschburgh. When Starla Leanne gives
    birth to Hans Ainsley Winslow Goins, the heir to the entire Goins Empire, she is
    prophetically declared both the Blessed Mother and the Handmaid of the Lord, and
    begins to move decisively into the position of head of the Goins Family and
    fortune.
    Have Thine Own Way : Book 4 of the Goins Bricolage: A Saga of Tecumseh and Stonewall Counties in the State of Indiana: 1989-1994
  • Under the Scaffold : And What Happened to Tom Whittaker
    by Cook, Faith

    Faith Cook writes an historical novel about Tom, whose life of hardship was
    typical of the days in which he lived, and has been drawn from many true-life
    events. He comes into contact with William Grimshaw, the fiery curate of Haworth
    with a burning desire to teach God's truth and care for his flock. We see what
    happends to Tom, living 'under the scaffold'. Many, today, associate Haworth
    with the Bronte sisters, but relatively few know about Grimshaw (1708-63), who
    was the parish curate seventy years before they came to the village. During his
    time amazing things happened - more wonderful than anything that happened in the
    time of the Brontes. Everything that is written about William Grimshaw, and also
    of John Wesley and George Whitefield, is completely factual.
    Under the Scaffold : And What Happened to Tom Whittaker
  • The Red Boots, Close Friends and other short Stories
    by Austen, Helen Jane

    A series of short stories reflecting love, lust and passion in the lives of
    everyday people.
    The Red Boots, Close Friends and other short Stories
  • The Reluctant Queen
    by Lightfoot, Freda

    A brand-new historical novel from a well-loved storyteller - Sixteenth-century
    France. Gabrielle d’Esr es’ one wish is to marry for love, but her
    mother sells her as a mistress to three different men before she catches the eye
    – and the heart – of Henry of Navarre, King of France. Henry
    promises to marry her, but Gabrielle’s difficulties have just begun . . .
    for Henry’s wife will only divorce him if he promises not to marry
    Gabrielle. Is the love of a king enough to secure her both the happiness and
    respectability she craves and a crown for their son as the next dauphin of
    France?
    The Reluctant Queen
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